Inspired by Emory creative writing students, professor Jericho Brown created a new form of poetry for his acclaimed collection, "The Tradition." Learn how Emory's Creative Writing Program nurtures a community of scholars, where students and faculty learn from each other.
Meet Finn and Beowulf, Emory's certified therapy dogs. Emory is among an early wave of universities to utilize animal-assisted therapy, bringing fluffy fun to campus events and a calming presence to counseling sessions.
Extracts from the seeds of the ginkgo tree show antibacterial activity on pathogens that can cause skin infections, according to a study that started as Emory biology major Xinyi Huang's senior thesis and drew inspiration from an ancient text in the theology library.
Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital is the first community hospital and one of only three hospitals in the world to achieve its sixth consecutive Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program.
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Douglas Mulford, senior lecturer for the Department of Chemistry, treats his students every spring to a "Peeps" show, a 45-minute experiment of every chemical thing that you can do to Peeps.
Karen Andes, assistant professor in the Hubert Department of Global Health at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health, is one of 18 higher education faculty from across the state chosen as a 2018-2019 Governor's Teaching Fellow.
Thanks to participation from students, faculty and staff, Emory made significant progress last year towards the goal of diverting 95 percent of campus waste from municipal landfills by 2025.
Led by humanities scholar Pablo Palomino, Emory's first free online "Teach-Out" will explore the meaning of "progress" in Atlanta and beyond. It launches April 15 and is available to participants around the world through the Coursera platform
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